Fluoridation Fails New York Ctiy Higher Income Folks, too
For the new study, Lorber and his colleagues analyzed 135 married or
cohabiting heterosexual couples and their elementary school-aged
children. They were mostly white, with an average annual income of
additional dental cavities and men had 5.3 additional cavities for every
above-average statistical increase in their partners’ noxious behavior
toward them, the investigators found. Children had an average of 1.9
additional cavities for every above-average increase in their mothers’
emotional aggression toward their partners.
to disrupting healthy eating and oral health routines, noxious family
environments may also impact the immune system, potentially leading to
greater tooth decay.
cats and dogs, you’re neglecting your teeth … or eating more sugar and
carbs,” he said. “Certainly the immune system is also known not to
function as well in hostile families. It’s another way the family
environment might impact oral health.”